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Poster: DocDeloreno Date: Jan 7, 2008 4:07pm
Forum: education Subject: Re: open content gas dynamics textbook

Hi Dr. Bar-Meir,

This is the first time I have heard of the Potto project, and I am very impressed. I pulled up the screenshot for the Prandlt-Meyer expansion calculator, and it looks like you have but in a great deal of effort to providing well-built, valuable tools.

Quick question for you, I read on your mission statement that you are trying to publish text books. I only found calculators on the project website though. How much has already been done? What types of books are you focusing your efforts on?

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Poster: potto Date: Mar 27, 2008 10:04am
Forum: education Subject: Re: open content gas dynamics textbook

Dear Doc,

Thank you for your compliment.
In addition to the software,
I have written two books and the third one is in process.
The third book ``Basics of Fluid Mechanics'' will be published
by first or second week of April 2008.

Currently, the first two books can be downloaded here
www.potto.org/downloads.php

You can also obtain the most detailed gas dynamics tables
on www.potto.org/downloads.php.
The table is available in source(latex) or php
formats.

Thanks
Genick Bar-Meir